The study published in the journal Addiction reported on 18,929 smokers who had made a serious quit attempt in the previous 12 months over the period 2006-2018. Vaping increased quit rates by 95%
A study in Tobacco Control identified a very low cancer risk from e-cigarettes compared to tobacco cigarettes.
On September 1st, 2018, smokers will be hit with a 12.5% tax increase. Too many are now paying over 50% of their income to sustain this habit.
Manufacturers of e-cigs are placing too much focus on veteran vapers. What about the smoker's needs? Most want simplicity.
Nicotine and e-liquids containing nicotine are illegal to sell domestically. Advocacy groups, along with vapers, can change this.
NSW health is now enforcing the product display ban in retail outlets. Are these regulatory measures harming the industry?